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EASEBOURNE PRIORY

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Benedictine nunnery founded circa 1248 became Augustinian in the 15th century and dissolved 1536. Parts still survive but with 17th and 18th century alterations. The remains are now a house attached to the South side of St Mary's church (SU82SE31) representing parts of two ranges of conventual buildings around the cloisters. A catastrophic restoration of the priory church in 1876 has spared only the Late 12th century tower and one and a half bays of arcade. There is also a blocked Norman doorway

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